Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Rebellion (L’ordre et la morale) Soundtrack [2011]


In Mathieu Kassovitz's Rebellion, France's elite police intervention force GIGN get their second big-screen outing this year, following Julien Leclercq's hijack drama The Assault. But where the earlier film cut promptly to the chase, this is the story of a hostage-taking negotiation undermined by political scheming, requiring lengthy exposition before finally erupting into action. It feels over-researched and under-dramatized. It is also overlong. It will be a hard sell even in France, let alone in other territories.
Like Assault, Rebellion is an account of a real-life hostage drama. When a group of separatist rebels in France's New Caledonia territory in the South Pacific seize 30 gendarmes, specialist negotiator Philippe Legorjus, played by Kassovitz himself, is called in at the head of a seven-man GIGN unit to defuse the crisis. He and his men are in turn are taken hostage but the rebels release him to allow him to serve as mediator between the army chiefs who are planning an assault and the rebel leader Alphonse Dianou

Labelzero has released a soundtrack album for the Rebellion. The album includes the original score by composer Klaus Badelt. The composer collaborated with French industrial percussion band Les Tambours du Bronx on the music for the film. The soundtrack is available digitally on Klaus Badelt’s official website and can be purchased for the price of your choice. Rebellion is co-written and directed by Mathieu Kassovitz and also stars in the film alongside Sylvie Testud and Philippe Torreton. The movie was released in France this past weekend and is currently awaiting a domestic release date. To learn more about the film, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Beginning Of The Day (1:23)
2. Flying (2:23)
3. Journey To Jungle (2:47)
4. Reached The Beach (1:13)
5. Attack (2:34)
6. Barbarie (2:28)
7. Captured (1:49)
8. Fan (1:00)
9. Busted (2:23)
10. Pre-Attack (3:36)
11. Big Attack (7:50)
12. Aftermath (5:02)


Monday, November 28, 2011

Happy Feet Two Soundtrack [2011]

George Miller’s CGI sequel “Happy Feet 2“, which features the voices of Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Hank Azaria, Alecia Moore, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and Sofia Vergara.
Mumble, The Master of Tap, has a problem because his tiny son Erik is choreo-phobic. Reluctant to dance, Erik runs away and encounters The Mighty Sven – a penguin who can fly!! Mumble has no hope of competing with this charismatic new role model. But things get worse when the world is shaken by powerful forces. Erik learns of his father’s ‘guts and grit’ as Mumble brings together the penguin nations and all manner of fabulous creatures – from tiny Krill to giant Elephant Seals – to put things right.
Happy Feet 2 coming to 3D, 2D and IMAX 3D theaters on November 18, 2011. Soundtrack performed by various artists.

Track listing
1. Do Your Thing (P!nk / Common / Benjamin ‘Lil P-Nut’ Flores, Jr. / Happy Feet Two Chorus)
2. The Mighty Sven (Robin Williams / Happy Feet Two Chorus / Hank Azaria)
3. Bridge Of Light (P!nk / Happy Feet Two Chorus)
4. Papa Oom Mow Mow (Happy Feet Two Chorus)
5. Dragostea Din Tei (Hank Azaria, Happy Feet Two Chorus)
6. Erik’s Opera (Omar Crook / EG Daily)
7. Rawhide (Elephant Seal Chorus)
8. Rhythm Nation (P!nk / Happy Feet Two Chorus)
9. Tightrope Ice Cold Mix (Janelle Monáe / Benjamin ‘Lil P-Nut’ Flores, Jr. / Happy Feet Two Chorus)
10. In The Hole
11. Ramon And The Krill
12. Lovelace Preshow – Featuring Judith Hill
13. Searching For The Kids
14. The Doomberg Lands
15. I Don’t Back Up
16. Trapped In Emperor Land
17. Skua Attack/Adelie Rescue
18. Dinner A La Sven
19. We Are The Champions
20. Snow Stops Play – featuring Steven Pence
21. No Fly Zone
22. Krill Joy
23. Tappin’ To Freedom

Hugo Score [2011]

Scorsese’s first 3D film, previously titled Hugo Cabret, based on Brian Selznick’s captivating and imaginative New York Times best-seller The Invention of Hugo Cabret, stars Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Asa Butterfied and Chloe Moretz. It is written by John Logan and produced by Scorsese, Graham King, Tim Headington and Johnny Depp.
Hugo tells the story of an orphan boy living a secret life in the walls of a Paris train station. With the help of an eccentric girl, he searches for the answer to a mystery linking the father he recently lost, the ill-tempered toy shop owner living below him and a heart shaped lock, seemingly without a key. Based on Brian Selznick’s award winning and imaginative New York Times bestseller, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, this magical tale is Academy Award-winner Martin Scorsese’s first film shot in 3D.

Hugo opened on theaters 23rd November around the world. Hugo, Scorsese's first film shot in 3D, also marks his fifth collaboration with Academy Award-winning composer Howard Shore, whose sweeping score captures the sounds of 1930s Paris and is as multi-dimensional as the picture.

Track listing
01. The Thief (4:21)
02. The Chase (2:50)
03. The Clocks (4:28)
04. Snowfall (1:51)
05. Hugo's Father (3:25)
06. Ashes (2:33)
07. The Station Inspector (1:10)
08. Bookstore (1:52)
09. The Movies (1:29)
10. The Message (4:37)
11. The Armoire (2:33)
12. Purpose (2:04)
13. The Plan (2:49)
14. Trains (2:50)
15. Papa Georges Made Movies (1:53)
16. The Invention Of Dreams (6:29)
17. A Ghost In The Station (6:01)
18. A Train Arrives In The Station (3:26)
19. The Magician (2:34)
20. Coeur Volant, Zaz (Elizabeth Cotnoir, Isabelle Geffroy, Howard Shore) (4:19)
21. Winding It Up (4:11)


Sherlock Holmes - A Game of Shadows
Guy Ritchie-directed Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,  featuring Robert Downey Jr. and his loyal assistant Jude Law.
“A Game of Shadows” follows Sherlock as he pursues a new criminal mastermind at large, Professor Moriarty. Equally as intellect as Sherlock, Moriarty has an advantage over the renowned detective for his capacity for evil and complete lack of conscience. Still, Sherlock gets new helps in the form of his older brother Mycroft Holmes and a gypsy woman named Sim.
Jared Harris, Noomi Rapace and Stephen Fry are added to the cast ensemble, while Rachel McAdams returns to portray Irene Adler.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is set to hit theaters on December 16th, 2011.

Can not wait to see this film and one of my big favorite composer Hans Zimmer is composed for Game of Shadows.

Try the preview of the score. No word for original source but the chores familiar with Hans work in Inceptions.
Track list is here
1. I See Everything
2. That Is My Curse (Shadows – Part 1)
3. Tick Tock (Shadows – Part 2)
4. Chess (Shadows – Part 3)
5. It’s So Overt It’s Covert
6. Romanian Wind
7. Did You Kill My Wife?
8. He’s All Me Me Me
9. The Mycroft Suite
10. Don Giovanni A Cenar Teco (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) – Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia & Hungarian Radio Chorus
11. Two Mules For Sister Sara (Ennio Morricone) – Movie Screen Orchestra
12. Die Forelle (Franz Schubert) – Ian Bostridge & Julius Drake
13. Zu Viele Füchse Für Euch Hänsel
14. The Red Book
15. Moral Insanity
16. Memories Of Sherlock
17. The End?
18. Romani Holiday (Antonius Remix)

In the mean time try this song "Unstoppable" of E.S. Posthumus from A Game of Shadows trailer. I dropt my jaws

And all  you already know the trailer after the jump.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Kina Grannis - In Your Arms

She is real hard core singer, song writer, guitarist, young and beauty. But most of all what I love in this girl is her strong will and passionate making what her believes. New released clip In Your Arms took her nearly 2 years shooting with 288,000 colorful jelly beans, 2,460 frames and 1357 working hours. Can you spend that much of time on 3 mins 25 seconds video clips. Only in Kina Grannis world.

Love you KG.

And check out how is her smiling and spending her night time making this video. Cheers.

Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2 [2011]

Just in time for the holidays, Glee brings joy to the world with the release of Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2, available Tuesday, November 15, 2011. The Glee holiday cheer is spread with the cast’s own festive renditions of such Christmas staples as “Little Drummer Boy”, “Let It Snow” and “All I Want For Christmas Is You”. Especially poignant is the Glee cast’s interpretation of Band Aid’s 1984 hit “Do They Know Its Christmas?,” which raised money to benefit famine relief in Ethiopia and sold 1 million copies in it’s first week. New cast members, Lindsay Pearce, Alex Newell, and Damian McGinty, from the wildly popular show The Glee Project are featured on “Do You Hear What I Hear?” and “Blue Christmas”, along with fellow discovery Samuel Larson accompanying the Glee cast on “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town”. Among the 12 tracks on Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2 are two original songs “Extraordinary Merry Christmas” and “Christmas Eve With You”, both written by Adam Anders, Peer Astrom and Shelly Peiken (see full track listing below). Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2 is available today for PRE-ORDER on iTunes.

Standout tracks thus far from Glee’s season 3, Tom Jones’ "It's Not Unusual", “Somewhere" (from the musical West Side Story), The Go-Go’s "We Got The Beat" and "You Can't Stop The Beat” (from the musical Hairspray), have added to Glee’s ground breaking record for the most charted songs by a single act in the Billboard Hot 100 chart history. It’s evident why Rolling Stone proclaims the highly anticipated third season is “off to a strong start.”

To date over 35 million Glee songs have been digitally downloaded, with over 11 million albums sold worldwide. Glee scored three consecutive #1 releases with Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers, Glee: The Music, The Power of Madonna and Glee: The Music, Journey To Regionals. The RIAA has certified Glee: The Music, Volume 1 and Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Platinum (sales in excess of 1 million units) as well as Glee: The Music, Volume 2, Glee: The Music, Volume 3 and Glee: The Music, Volume 4 Gold (sales in excess of 500,000 units).

Glee will return with new episodes on November 1 at 8PM ET/PT on Fox.

The full track listing for “Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album Volume 2” is as follows:

1. All I Want For Christmas Is You Featuring Amber Riley (Mercedes)
2. Extraordinary Merry Christmas Featuring Darren Criss (Blaine) and Lea Michele (Rachel)
3. Santa Baby Featuring Naya Rivera (Santana)
4. Christmas Eve With You Featuring Jayma Mays (Emma) and Mathew Morrison (Will)
5. Little Drummer Boy Featuring Kevin McHale (Artie)
6. River Featuring Lea Michele (Rachel)
7. Do You Hear What I Hear? Featuring Lindsay Pearce (Glee Project) and Alex Newell (Glee Project)
8. Let It Snow Featuring Darren Criss (Blaine) and Chris Colfer (Kurt)
9. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town Featuring Mark Sailing (Puck), Cory Monteith (Finn) and Samuel Larsen (Glee Project)
10. Christmas Wrapping Featuring Heather Morris (Brittany)
11. Blue Christmas Featuring Damian McGinty (Rory)
12. Do They Know It’s Christmas Featuring Cory Monteith (Finn), Amber Riley (Mercedes), Lea Michele (Rachel), Chris Colfer (Kurt), Kevin McHale (Artie), Heather Morris (Brittany), Mark Salling (Puck), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina), Naya Rivera (Santana)


Friday, November 11, 2011

Puss in Boots Soundtrack [2011]

Way before Puss ever met Shrek, our suave and furry feline hero goes on a swashbuckling ride, as he teams with mastermind Humpty Dumpty and the street-savvy Kitty to steal the famed Goose that lays the Golden Eggs.

Antonio Banderas voices the title character with Salma Hayek providing voice for Kitty Softpaws. Additional cast include Billy Bob Thorton, Constance Marie, Zeus Mendoza and Amy Sedaris.
The film follows Puss in Boots as he tells the tale of his early adventures. He teams with mastermind, Humpty Dumpty and the street-savvy Kitty to steal the famed Goose that lays the Golden Eggs that could make Puss and his counterparts rich.
Puss in Boots, directed by Chris Miller.
The album features the original score from composer Henry Jackman who collaborated with Rodrigo y Gabriela on the movie as previously reported. The soundtrack was released on October 24, 2011 and will be available as a digital release on Amazon. A physical release has been announced overseas, but no word yet on a domestic release.

01. A Bad Kitty [02:04]
02. One Leche [02:01]
03. Jack and Jill [00:22]
04. Holy Frijoles [01:14]
05. Chasing Tail [01:09]
06. Diablo Rojo (Rodrigo y Gabriela) [04:53]
07. Humpty Dumpty & Kitty Softpaws [02:42]
08. The Orphanage [04:29]
09. Honor and Justice [01:44]
10. That Fateful Night [02:35]
11. The Wagon Chase [02:58]
12. Team Effort [00:57]
13. Planting the Beans [02:09]
14. The Magic Beanstalk [01:17]
15. Castle in the Clouds [01:57]
16. Golden Goose of Legend [06:38]
17. Hanuman (Rodrigo y Gabriela) [03:39]
18. Confronting the Past [01:37]
19. I Was Always There [04:06]
20. Kitty-Cat Break-Out [01:35]
21. The Great Terror [07:56]
22. Farewell to San Ricardo [01:32]
23. The Puss Suite [03:09]
24. The Giant's Castle [03:08]


Thursday, November 10, 2011

The Music of Battlestar Galactica For Solo Piano [2011]

The Music of Battlestar Galactica For Solo Piano is a two-disc set featuring newly recorded piano performances by Joohyun Park of Bear McCreary’s groundbreaking score from the award-winning series on the SyFy channel from 2004-2009. All of the arrangements were done by McCreary and were featured in the Battlestar Galactica Songbook, released by Hal Leonard in 2011. The album features appearances by soprano Melanie Henley Heyn and McCreary himself, who performs “Kara Remembers” which was conceived as a track to be played by four hands, with Park. The package features liner notes by Randall Larson and unique artwork by frequent Battlestar Galactica vocalist Raya Yarbrough.

Variety called composer Bear McCreary’s score for Battlestar Galactica – the award-winning series on the SyFy channel from 2004-2009 – “the most innovative music on TV today,” and NPR said it “fits the action so perfectly, it’s almost devastating: (it’s) a sci-fi score like no other.”

The music from Battlestar Galactica has a rabid following. No fewer than six soundtrack albums have been released to date, all selling well and enthusiastically praised by critics. There have also been several live concerts featuring the music. In 2008, more than 1,000 fans attended two sold-out shows at The Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, with some fans flying in from as far as England and Australia. The following year, the Battlestar Galactica Orchestra performed three sold-out shows at the House of Blues in San Diego during Comic Con. In 2010, McCreary conducted the world premiere performance of the Battlestar Galactica Symphony, as part of the renowned Fimucite Film Music Festival in Tenerife, Spain. In 2011, McCreary again treated Spanish fans to the music as part of the Festival Internacional de Música de Cine in Ubeda. A ballet based on McCreary’s scores for the series premiered in 2009, performed by the dancers of the Theaterhagen in Hagen, Germany.

Disc 1
01. Roslin and Adama (3:08)
02. Wander My Friends (4:50)
03. Passacaglia (4:55)
04. The Shape of Things to Come (2:47)
05. Dreilide Thrace Sonata #1 (5:14)
06. Elegy (3:44)
07. Battlestar Sonatica (5:10)
08. A Promise to Return (3:46)
09. Allegro (4:20)
10. Pegasus (3:24)
11. Battlestar Muzaktica (3:20)
12. Prelude To War (8:02)

Total Time, CD #1: 53:05

Disc 2
1. Battlestar Operatica (3:02)
Soloist: Melanie Henley Heyn
2. Worthy of Survival (3:59)
3. Something Dark Is Coming (6:19)
4. Violence and Variations (7:46)
5. Resurrection Hub (3:09)
6. Kara Remembers (4:15)
Piano duet: Bear McCreary and Joohyun Park
7. Apocalypse (7:14)

8. Wander My Friends (simplified) (4:53)
9. Roslin and Adama (simplified) (3:04)

Total Time, CD #2: 44:03


Gremlins Soundtrack [2011]
Chris Columbus was a fledgling writer when Steven Spielberg optioned his screenplay about little creatures terrorizing small-town America. By the time Amblin Productions filmed Gremlins in 1984, Spielberg and director Joe Dante had transformed the straightforward horror film into something far more comic, while retaining some memorable Grand Guignol moments. A combination of cuddliness, edgy comedy and shocking violence turned the film into a sensation, rendering it one of the biggest hits of the year.
A key element in the film’s success was the imaginative meld of traditional orchestral writing and cutting-edge electronics provided by frequent Joe Dante collaborator Jerry Goldsmith. The music for Gremlins is a fan favorite that has long been recognized as one of Goldsmith’s most original works. Most of it has never been available in a legitimate release—until now.
At the center of the score is a ragtime theme played on synthesizer—a raucous celebration of mayhem that harkens back to the early days of animation yet gives the music a funky, contemporary twist.
This is balanced by a heart-warming lyrical theme for the endearing mogwai character, Gizmo (which doubles as a love theme for the young couple portrayed by Zach Galligan and Phoebe Cates). An off-kilter waltz theme for Polly Holliday’s modern-day equivalent of the Wicked Witch of the West may be Goldsmith’s most outrageous comic confection. Solo fiddle invokes the devil (as in Herrmann’s The Devil and Daniel Webster), eerie bells (both acoustic and electronic) invoke the mystery of the mogwai, and pulse-pounding action music aptly supports the wild physical antics of the destructive creatures.
Disc one of this 2CD set features the premiere release of the complete score for Gremlins, mastered from the original PCM live stereo mixes by Bruce Botnick, supervising engineer of the original recording sessions. Disc two features a recreation of the 1984 soundtrack album, billed as a “Specially Priced 7-Cut Mini Album” with three pop songs on side one and a 16:12 suite from Goldsmith’s score on side two.
FSM’s 28-page booklet includes a reminiscence from audio engineer Botnick as well as a detailed essay on film and score by Jeff Bond and Mike Matessino (incorporating comments from an interview with director Dante).
CD1 The Film Score
01. Fanfare in C / The Shop / The Little One (Jerry Goldsmith) [04:29]
02. Late for Work (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:45]
03. Mrs. Deagle / That Dog (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:21]
04. The Gift (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:45]
05. First Aid (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:15]
06. Spilt Water (Jerry Goldsmith) [03:02]
07. A New One (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:09]
08. The Lab / Old Times (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:35]
09. The Injection (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:56]
10. Snack Time / The Wrong Time (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:49]
11. The Box (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:24]
12. First Aid (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:38]
13. Disconnected / Hurry Home (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:03]
14. Kitchen Fight (Jerry Goldsmith) [04:05]
15. Dirty Linen (Jerry Goldsmith) [00:43]
16. The Pool (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:05]
17. The Plow / Special Delivery (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:16]
18. High Flyer (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:21]
19. Too Many Gremlins (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:06]
20. No Santa Claus (Jerry Goldsmith) [03:27]
21. After Theater (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:38]
22. Escape / Stripe Is Loose / Toy Dept. / No Gizmo (Jerry Goldsmith) [04:35]
23. The Fountain / Stripe's Death (Jerry Goldsmith) [05:41]
24. Goodbye, Billy (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:56]
25. End Title / The Gremlin Rag (Jerry Goldsmith) [04:11]

Bonus Tracks

26. Blues (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:15]
27. Mrs. Deagle (film version) (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:27]
28. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen (Traditional) (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:12]
29. After Theater (with 'Silent Night') (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:36]
30. After Theater (without 'Silent Night') (Jerry Goldsmith) [01:35]
31. Rabbit Rampage (Milt Franklyn) [00:46]
32. The Gremlin Rag (full version) (Jerry Goldsmith) [03:34]
33. Gizmo's New Song (Jerry Goldsmith) [00:34]
34. Gizmo's Trumpet (Jerry Goldsmith) [00:28]

CD2 1984 Soundtrack Album

01. Gremlins...Mega Madness (Michael Sembello) [03:51]
02. Make It Shine (Quarterflash) [04:12]
03. Out Out (Peter Gabriel) [07:05]
04. The Gift (Jerry Goldsmith) [04:54]
05. Gizmo (Jerry Goldsmith) [04:13]
06. Mrs. Deagle (Jerry Goldsmith) [02:53]
07. The Gremlin Rag (Jerry Goldsmith) [04:10]

Immortals Soundtrack [2011]

Visionary director Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) and producers Gianni Nunnari (300), Mark Canton (300) and Ryan Kavanaugh (The Fighter) unleash an epic tale of treachery, vengeance and destiny in Immortals, a stylish and spectacular 3-D adventure. As a power-mad king razes ancient Greece in search of a legendary weapon, a heroic young villager rises up against him in a thrilling quest as timeless as it is powerful.

The brutal and bloodthirsty King Hyperion (Mickey Rourke) and his murderous Heraklion army are rampaging across Greece in search of the long lost Bow of Epirus. With the invincible Bow, the king will be able to overthrow the Gods of Olympus and become the undisputed master of his world. With ruthless efficiency, Hyperion and his legions destroy everything in their wake, and it seems nothing will stop the evil king’s mission.
As village after village is obliterated, a stonemason named Theseus (Henry Cavill) vows to avenge the death of his mother in one of Hyperion’s raids. When Theseus meets the Sybelline Oracle, Phaedra (Freida Pinto), her disturbing visions of the young man’s future convince her that he is the key to stopping the destruction. With her help, Theseus assembles a small band of followers and embraces his destiny in a final desperate battle for the future of humanity.

Immortals hits theaters in 2D and 3D on November 11th, 2011.Music composed by Trevor Morris whom most famous with his score in Tudor, Borgia (i'm not yet post for this soundtrack hix hix).

01. Immortal and Divine (Trevor Morris) [01:30]
02. War in the Heavens (Trevor Morris) [02:32]
03. Hyperion's Siren (Trevor Morris) [03:47]
04. Witness Hell (Trevor Morris) [01:56]
05. To Mt. Olympus (Trevor Morris) [02:54]
06. Enter the Oracles (Trevor Morris) [02:30]
07. Theseus and Phaedra (Trevor Morris) [01:37]
08. Poseidon's Leap (Trevor Morris) [01:24]
09. This is Your Calling (Trevor Morris) [01:31]
10. Theseus Fight the Minotaur (Trevor Morris) [02:13]
11. Theseus Fires the Bow (Trevor Morris) [02:16]
12. My Own Heart (Trevor Morris) [03:03]
13. Zeus' Punishment (Trevor Morris) [02:27]
14. Ride to the Gates (Trevor Morris) [01:00]
15. In War Fathers Bury Their Sons (Trevor Morris) [01:05]
16. The Gods Chose Well (Trevor Morris) [01:18]
17. Fight So Your Name Survives (Trevor Morris) [03:07]
18. Battle in the Tunnel (Trevor Morris) [02:44]
19. Immortal Combat (Trevor Morris) [03:34]
20. Do Not Forsake Mankind (Trevor Morris) [04:33]
21. Apotheosis (Trevor Morris) [01:44]
22. Sky Fight / End Credits (Trevor Morris) [02:22]

Uncharted 3 Drake's Deception - 2CD Limited Edition Soundtrack [2011]

(2-CD set) Presenting the original 2-CD score soundtrack to the new Sony PlayStation 3 video game Uncharted 3 - Drake's Deception. The third installment of the hit Uncharted game series, Uncharted 3 - Drake's Deception continues the adventures of swashbuckling treasure hunter Nathan Drake, as he finds himself in a new variety of challenging environments. Composer Greg Edmonson (Firefly, King Of The Hill, Uncharted game series) fashions an exciting musical soundscape, propelling Drake throughout his search for the fabled 'Atlantis of the Sands. ' This thrilling game score is a dynamic stand-alone listen. This is a limited edition of 3000 units.

01. Nate's Theme 3.0[01:49]
02. Atlantis of the Sands[02:35]
03. The Setup[02:31]
04. Small Beginnings[02:18]
05. Bazaar Brawl*[02:50]
06. The Settlement[03:00]
07. Badlands[02:46]
08. As Above, So Below[02:07]
09. Iram of the Pillars[02:59]
10. Arachnophobia[02:07]
11. The London Underground[02:27]
12. Mind Games*[02:55]
13. Sink or Swim[03:07]
14. The Empty Quarter**[02:26]
15. Boarding Party[03:06]
16. Second-Story Work[02:08]
17. Maritime Malfeasance[02:38]
18. Drake's Return[03:45]
19. Shootout[02:39]
20. Oh No Chateau[02:48]
21. Science and Magic[03:05]
22. Museum Bust[04:48]
23. Searching for Sully[03:20]
24. The Caravan*[03:20]
25. Pursuit[02:56]
26. Something Better[02:32]


01. East End Boys[03:52]
02. Marlowe, I Presume?[02:24]
03. Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’[03:05]
04. The Rub’ al Khali**[02:07]
05. The Streets of Ubar*[02:06]
06. Reckless - Powerplay (Thorn Remix)[02:30]
07. Secret Order[02:40]
08. Marlowe's Revenge[02:00]
09. Dreamers of the Day*[03:52]
10. Science and Magic - Powerplay (Buresh Remix)[02:21]
11. Ambushed[02:28]
12. Abducted[02:17]
13. Reckless[03:02]
14. A Plane to Catch[01:19]
15. Nowhere to Run[03:52]
16. The Streets of Yemen*[03:06]
17. Stoaway[02:33]
18. Iram of the Pillars -Powerplay (Bricker Remix)[03:10]

* Music by Azam Ali
** Music by Clint Bajakian


NCIS The Official TV Score [2011]

Instead of merely compiling brief snippets of musical cues -- the norm for most score soundtracks -- NCIS composer Brian Kirk created each of the album’s 14 tracks by mixing various musical pieces from the show’s episodes into standalone suites of music. The resulting album provides the listener with a unique and immersive audio experience, presenting the NCIS music in a cohesive format designed to be listened to as fans would any of their favorite albums.

This first score soundtrack from the worldwide hit television series follows two previous hit NCIS soundtracks that compiled songs featured in the show during its first seven seasons – many of them previously unreleased and exclusive to those albums. As a bonus for the show’s fans, NCIS: The Official TV Score also features a 15th track: the first commercial release of the “NCIS Main Theme” that has opened each series episode for the past eight seasons.

Track listing
1. My Boss is a Sniper/Gibbs' Rules
2. Tony and Ziva Under Covers
3. Bag and Tag
4. Enemies: Foreign and Domestic
5. Double-O DiNozzo
6. Aliyah
7. Gathering Intel
8. Abby in Wonderland
9. DiNozzo, Take McGee
10. Gibbs Visits an Old Friend
11. Vance's Dossier
12. Ducky's Whisper to the Departed
13. Ziva Betrayed
14. Gibbs in the Heartland
15. Ncis Main Theme


The Martians Are Here Soundtrack [2011]

The Martians Are Here (TMAH) started out life on the internet as a blog with daily entries on the adventures of the main character at the time, mickey. In late 2009 Stefan the author contacted Rick, a musician near Seattle to produce a theme tune. By early 2010 this was expanded to reading the story and TMAH was born. Episodes 1-8 are produced largely in a read format but past episode 8 the ‘read’ format was replaced by a fully dramatised one with musical scores tailored to individual scenes and later on even sound effects. The series was completed a year later (with 34 chapters). In May 2011 Stefan approached Rick to do an updated version, one that is consistent in sound quality all the way, as well as to add new scenes and cover material that wasn’t covered in the original version. To be released late in october as “Rose of Mars”.

Track listing
01. The Martians Are Here Theme (01:31)
02. What's wrong? (05:22)
03. The Organics (06:10)
04. Dawn of the Morning (04:22)
05. Jim's Theme (02:25)
06. The Nexus in trouble (04:47)
07. Rockin' Corporate Jim (03:36)
08. The Night the lights went out in Sydney (04:15)
09. Airdust (07:58)
10. The Great Dome (10:31)
11. A Different Daniel (05:09)
12. The evolution of the Nerezza (10:57)
13. Mickey's Holiday (04:17)
14. Dust to Dust (02:30)
15. In the court of the Elders (05:17)
16. Impending Storm (01:47)
17. In the belly of the whale (07:07)
18. Oh, that bugs me (01:22)
19. Strong and Bold (04:36)
20. Goblin Story (12:17)
21. Father Hanon's Inspiration (06:06)
22. Innocence Lost (05:29)
23. The Hanon Shim Sham (04:08)
24. Wax Works Nemo (02:10)
25. Choke Hold/Birth of the Nexus (04:18)
26. A fine look at Mars (10:31)
27. Rest in Pieces (03:59)
28. The Cigar Factory (08:12)
29. The Shaggy Alien (07:47)
30. Sarahs Last Song (07:40)
31. RIP Shaggy Man (03:14)
32. The Melted Soldier (10:17)
33. Father Hanon's Crucifiction (11:03)
34. Unexpected Sadness (Goodbye Toto) (03:48)
35. Eldron Disc Is Krell (04:00)
36. For the Love of Daniel (07:06)
37. Emily's Entry (The birth of Emily) (04:40)
38. Eliano Tongfo (04:06)
39. Jim and the Rainbow Serpent (06:01)
40. Not in Kansas Anymore (10:18)
41. Nungarin (Come together) (04:14)
42. Rose of Mars (00:32)


In Time Soundtrack [2011]

In a world where people stop aging past the age of 25 and time has become the new form of currency, Will Salas (Justin Timberlake) and Sylvia Weis (Amanda Seyfried) team up to fight against a system that sees the world’s richest people live forever while the working poor die young.

“It’s a child of Gattaca,” the director said, describing the movie. In addition to the 1997 Ethan Hawke starrer, Niccol’s wrote The Truman Show.

The movie also stars Cillian Murphy, Olivia Wilde, Alex Pettyfer, Johnny Galecki, Matt Bomer, and Vincent Kartheiser.
In Time“, originally titled Now and also I’m.mortal at one point, opens October 28th.
This soundtrack mark the first colaboration between Craig Armstrong with Niccol. 

01. In Time Main Theme [01:35]
02. Lost Century [01:58]
03. Dawn in Dayton [01:26]
04. The Cost of Living [01:40]
05. Mother's Run [02:55]
06. Zones of Time [02:11]
07. Welcome to New Greenwich [01:11]
08. Waking Up in Time [00:45]
09. An Hour Ahead [00:52]
10. Ocean [01:33]
11. Abduction [02:24]
12. Whatever We Have To [02:37]
13. Mother's Dress [00:45]
14. Clock Watching [02:25]
15. Sylvia Shoots [02:08]
16. Backseat Love [01:38]
17. Giving It Away [01:12]
18. Rooftop Chase [02:52]
19. You Saved My Life [01:07]
20. Surrender [01:53]
21. To Be Immortal [01:53]
22. Leaving the Zone [01:31]
23. In Time Choral Theme [03:20]
24. There's Still Time [00:45]
25. In Time Main Theme (Orchestral) [02:24]


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